Red Beet Sprouting Microgreen Seeds


Beetroot shoots have a beautiful bright, deep red colour and offer a sweet and earth taste. Great source of vitamin K.

(7 customer reviews)
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Organic Red Beet Seed
Red Beet Sprouting Microgreen Seeds £5.28£32.06

Organic Red Beetroot sprouting seed, specifically selected for microgreens and sprouts.

  • Great source of vitamin K
  • Specially cultivated for growing sprouts and microgreens
  • 100% Organic – Soil Association Certified
  • Lab tested & high germination guaranteed
  • GMO Free

Red Beetroot sprouts and microgreens are a delight to both taste and see. With a sweet, earthy flavour similar to mature beetroots, they add a special touch to your meals. Their bright, deep red colour is visually appealing, and their tender leaves bring a unique taste that is loved by food lovers and health enthusiasts alike.

Country of Origin: Italy
Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris
Packaged in the UK in a resealable pouch
Shelf-life: 6 months minimum
Taste: Earthy and sweet, reminiscent of mature beetroots.

This seed can be used to grow beet greens or beet sprouts but please note that growing these as sprouts will produce a lower yield than growing them as microgreens.

Collections: Sprouting Seeds, Microgreen Seeds

7 reviews for Red Beet Sprouting Microgreen Seeds

  1. Laila Rhodes (Verified Buyer)

    Once I was advised to leave the seeds in the dark a little longer, ie about 4 days, I have since had a couple of really good crops of micro green beet shoots. They are delicious. I have grown them on trays with no soil and they are working really well. They look so lovely too as they are dark red colour with little green leaves on.

  2. LUDOVIT GYENGYAR (Verified Buyer)

    Nice high quality seeds.

  3. Stephen Westgarth (Verified Buyer)

    Beetroots have been a challenge, but worthwhile on the whole. The flavour of the sprouts is completely beetroot. The 2 downsides are that they have been slow to sprout – even when done over summer solstice on an ideal warm sunny windowsill – and half the seeds don’t sprout.

    However even the unsprouted seeds add a crunchy nutty surprise to any salad so are still a delight.

  4. Jon Pendrous

    I bought these for growing beetroot from rather than micro-greens and they are doing great so far. In fact as well as the top quality of their products for sprouting with effectively 100% germination rate (so no mung bean ‘stones’ in your mouth, ever) I always if possible choose their products over commercial seeds for this as they consistently out-perform them. I sow rocket in patches on the allotment and have just harvested the first Rambo radishes which are fabulous, yet (for me) a consistent failure with seeds from eg Wilko et al (NB the China Rose give longer white radishes which did not work for me). Also embarrassingly generous customer service the second there is the slightest problem – I shall not be accepting any more discounts in future inc for writing this review! :-)

  5. Christine Eaton (Verified Buyer)

    I love the flavour of theses micro greens which grow speedily on my sunny windowsill. They are so tasty and make a beautiful garnish to salads and sprinkled upon my morning avocado. A great and healthy way to start the day! Delicious!

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Growing Instructions

How to Grow As Sprouts

  1. Rinse 1 tablespoon of seeds thoroughly.
  2. Soak the seeds in a jar covered with water for 6-8 hours.
  3. Drain the water and rinse the seeds. Place the jar in a cool, dark place.
  4. Rinse and drain the seeds twice a day for 3-4 days.
  5. Once sprouted, place the jar in indirect light to develop the leaves.

Tips: Ensure proper drainage to prevent mould growth.

How to Grow As Microgreens

  1. Spread the seeds evenly over a tray filled with soil or coconut coir.
  2. Press the seeds lightly into the soil and mist with water.
  3. Cover the tray to create darkness and keep in a warm place for 3-4 days.
  4. Once sprouted, move the tray to indirect light.
  5. Harvest the microgreens when they have developed their first true leaves.

Tips: Keep the soil consistently moist for healthy growth.


  1. What is the taste of Red Beetroot sprouts and microgreens?
    They have an earthy and sweet flavour similar to mature beetroots.
  2. Can I grow both sprouts and microgreens with these seeds?
    Yes, these seeds are suitable for growing both sprouts and microgreens, but growing as a sprout will produce a lower yield than as a microgreen.
  3. How long does it take to grow Red Beetroot as microgreens?
    It typically takes around 10-14 days to grow them as microgreens.
  4. What are the storage instructions for unused seeds?
    Store the unused seeds in their original resealable pouch in a cool, dry place.
  5. Have these seeds been tested for pathogens?
    Yes, they have been tested for salmonella, listeria, E. coli, and B. cereus.
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